NounDeclensions

NounDeclensions - subject of the verb. puella villam...

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Latin 1, Fall 2011 NOUN DECLENSIONS 1-3 The full paradigms for first, second, and third declension nouns. For the midterm, study the nominative, dative, and accusative cases (singular and plural), and ablative singular. FIRST DECLENSION SINGULAR PLURAL Nominative puella -a puellae -ae Genitive puellae -ae puellārum -ārum Dative puellae -ae puellīs -īs Accusative puellam -am puellās -ās Ablative puellā puellīs -īs SECOND DECLENSION SINGULAR PLURAL Nominative servus servī Genitive servī servōrum -ōrum Dative servō servīs -īs Accusative servum -um servōs -ōs Ablative servō servīs -īs THIRD DECLENSION SINGULAR PLURAL Nominative rex regēs -ēs Genitive regis -is regum -um Dative regī regibus -ibus Accusative regem -em regēs -ēs Ablative rege -e regibus -ibus Remember, the nominative case indicates the
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Unformatted text preview: subject of the verb. puella villam intrat. The girl enters the house. puellae villam intrant. The girls enter the house. The accusative case indicates the direct object of the action of the verb. dominus servum laudat. The master praises the slave . dominus servōs laudat. The master praises the slaves . The dative case marks the person or thing indirectly affected by the action of the verb: the indirect object . The dative is best translated by using “to” or “for” before the noun. servus regī cēnam coquit. The slave cooks dinner for the king . servus regibus cēnam coquit. The slave cooks dinner for the kings ....
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